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4 Ir0 osrthabelycltocick intoewx-ard t Dec 31 1999 we plan to take Star-Telegram readers on a stroll through the final century of the second millennium Starting today we will feature a single year of t 1 the 20th cenif tury on each ' 411 901) Sunday lead' mg toward the turn of the millennial calendar It does not pretend to be a comprehensive review of such a momentous century but an eclectic selection of the important the bizarre the silly and the solemn events that brought us to where we are today SNAPSHOT "We step upon the threshold of 1900 which leads to the new century facing a still brighter dawn of civilization" —The New York Times Dec 31 1899 The US Census records a population of 75994575 up from 57 million in 1800 The population is bolstered by a flood of immigrants streaming through Ellis Island City Populations -y! Fort Worth ri IP'A 26688 Dallas WSW Houston A Los Angeles of the nearly 76 million people in the United States 103 percent are foreign born about 9 million are black or of mixed race 237000 are Native Americans 90000 are Chinese and 24000 Japanese Women can't vote and they won't be able to in most states until 1920 when ratification of the 19th Amendment secures the vote for women nationwide ILS Religions Roman Catholic: 12 million Methodists: 6 million Baptists 5 million Lutherans: 15 million Presbyterians: 15 million Jews: 1 million Episcopalians: 700000 Mormons: 350000 Christian Scientists: 80000 Unitarians: 75000 th One US home in seven has a bathtub showers are even rarer The average age at death in the United States is 47 illiRTHWO1100' Democratic politician and UN Ambassador Ada' E Stevenson Feb 5 Los Angeles Major league eipitcher Robert Moses "Lefty" moos Grove March 6 Lonaconing Md f 4 Actor Grove Spencer Tracy April 5 Milwaukee War correspondent Ernie Pyle Aug 3 Dana Ind Gestapo and Waffen-SS -chief Heinrich Himmler Oct 7 Munich Germany Actress it I'l' N Helen Hayes 14:x 4:i Oct 10 Wash- ji p ington DC -:41"0 Author Mai- 1 N"o - garet Mitchell - Nov 8 Atlanta Hayes Composer Aaron Copland Nov 14 Brooklyn NY Dick Tracy comic strip creator Chester Gould Nov 20 Pawnee Okla : -Complied by JAMES R PEIPERT SOURCES: The People's Chmnology: A Year-by-Year Record of Human Events from Prehistory to the Present Great Events 01 Vie 20th Century The Book of Texas Days by Ron Stone The Timetables of AfricmAmerican History Chmnicle of America Chronicle of the 20th Century The Annals of America: What Happened When Weather wise Magazine The Good Years by Walter Lord The Big Change by Frederick Lewis Men: 35000 Days in Texas by Sam Acheecm: The WPA Guide to Texas i if f DOES THE CENTURY BEGIN IN 1900 OR 1901? Then as now there was considerable debate about when the old century should end and the new one begin The first century obviously ended with the end of the year 100 newspapers patiently explained So the 19th century must end on Dec 31 1900 rather than Dec 31 1899 'No new century began yesterday Avoid all delusions on that head" pontificated the editor of the New York Tribune "but those who had to date anything found that there was a queer sensation in writing '1900' and they felt that something momentous had happened to the calendar" New Year's 1900 was the milestone to observe everyone seemed to agree so why put off the big celebration for a whole year? Jan 1: The United States enters the 20th century with a sense of euphoria and satisfaction Wall Street is said to be undergoing a "prosperity panic" and banker James T Woodward declares that America is "the envy of the world" In Washington 2000 stand in line to shake hands with President William McKinley and first lady Ida McKinley at a White r House reception McKinley a Republican from Ohio beat William Jen- nings Bryan in the 1896 ) a5 election to become the ' - k: 25th US president In Pasadena a small community set amid the bountiful farmland of Southern California 50000 turn out for the llth annual Tournament of Roses Every McKinley train and trolley car is jammed It wasn't until 1902 that a football game was added to the day's festivities But the score was so lopsided — Michigan 49 Stanford 0 that football was abandoned in favor of Roman-style chariot races Football returned to stay in 1916 EVERYMAN A PHOTOGRAPHER George Eastman of the Eastman Kodak Co in Rochester NY figures Americans are ready for a new hobby The company begins to manufacture its Brownie Box Camera and sells it for only $1 A six-shot roll of film costs 15 cents At these prices thousands of Americans become amateur photographers and begin boring their friends with vacation snapshots Jan 20: Rep George H White of North Carolina the last African-American elected during the Reconstruction era introduces in Congress a bill to make lynching a federal crime the bill never gets out of committee There are 115 recorded lynchings in 1900 Jan 26: Theodore Roosevelt who led the famed Rough Riders during the recent Spanish-American War tells friend Henry Sprague: "Speak softly and carry a big stick you will go far" Jan 29: The American League is formed in Chicago by Byron Bancroft Johnson its first president Although the bid for recognition as a major league is rejected by the powerful National League the American League — to be traditionally known as the "junior circuit" — achieves major-league status the next year Feb 26: The Rev Andrew S Hayter dies in Arlington Arlington was first named Hayterville in honor of one of the town's best-loved founders May 26: The celebrated Frontier Battalion of the Texas Rangers is disbanded When the battalion was created by Gov Richard Coke in 1874 the law read: " each Officer shall have the powers of a Peace Officer" But critics of the battalion seized on that phrase and sought a court ruling If the letter of the law were followed only the officers could make - arrests not the privates in the ' force Despite the - f - fact that for more ' 1 than 25 years privates had ' r a arrested thou-1 sands of bandits rustlers and other r A ' scoundrels the i t Texas attorney : I general rules May 26 1900 c that" Non 14 Commissioned Officers and Privales of the Front tier Battalion referred to as December: A famous 'Rangers' have Wall Gang depicting Bi no authority to members of the gang i make arrests" the same time a new gi July 22: Fifty 1 f a weekly countdown to the third millennium A scene of general devastation after the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 which left at least 6000 people dead I n a time before weather satellites and 24-hour weather news few people on Galveston Island during the first week of September are aware of impending calamity: a tropical storm that was born 4000 miles away in the Atlantic Ocean west of the Cape Verde Islands around Aug 27 Gaining size and strength the storm's center passes just south of Puerto Rico on Aug 31 and on Sept 2 crosses the island of Hispanola Still growing the storm crosses Cuba on Sept 3-4 rakes the Florida Keys on Sept 5 and veers northwest into the Gulf of Mexico as a full-blown hurricane Packing winds later estimated at more than 120 mph the storm bears down on Galveston a flourishing cotton port on the Texas Gulf Theodore Roosevelt December: A famous studio portrait of the members of the Hole in the Wall Gang depicting Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and three other members of the gang is shot in the Fort Worth studio of A Schwartz About the same time a new girl comes to work at Fannie Porter's place a bordello and gambling hall about where the Fort Worth Convention Center is today Shortly thereafter Etta Place becomes the paramour of Harry Longbaugh better known qs the Sundance Kid 1 Coast On Saturday Sept 8 the hurricane strikes the city with unprecedented fury The storm kills at least 6000 people and perhaps as many as 8000 it totally submerges the low-lying island and levels most of its structures The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 was the worst natural disaster in American history It was a far greater disaster in terms of lives lost than the Chicago fire of 1871 which killed 250 people the 1906 San Francisco earthquake which killed about 500 or the Johnstown Flood of 1889 which claimed about 2200 lives The 1900 census put Galveston's population at 37789 The city occupied the eastern end of the island and was literally built on sand In September 1900 the sand was only 87 feet above sea level at five American athletes complete their domination of the second modern Olympic Games in Paris when JWB Tewks bury wins the only final-day event the 200-meter run Aug 3: The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co is founded in Akron Ohio by entrepreneur Harvey Samuel Firestone Firestone 32 invests $10000 to start the new firm Aug 23: Dr Booker T Washington a black educator who was born a slave founds the National Negro Business League in Boston Oct 5: The National League ends its final season as baseball's only major league The Brooklyn team earns the championship with a three-game margin over Pittsburgh Outfielder Honus Wagner hits 381 to win his first of eight batting titles Nov 6: Republican William McKinley again defeats William Jennings Bryan a Nebraskan on the Democratic and Populist tickets to win a second term as president Elected as vice president is the Republican governor of New York Theodore Roosevelt Nov 3-10: The newly formed Automobile Club of America sponsors the nation's first auto show in New York's Madison Square Garden with 31 exhibitors about 10000 people come to take a look at what some dub the "Horse less Horseshow" In 1900 motorized transport is still in its infancy there are still about 18 million horses and mules providing transportation and power and about 10 million bicycles At the turn of the century there are only about 8000 automobiles sputtering around the country and only about 4000 are produced in 1900 In New York the so-called devil wagons have to stay out of Central Park carry a gong and go no faster than 9 mph Sunday February 1 1998 Star-Telegram Section D Page 3 'When the sea wave hit the town Rosenberg Library Galveston : b - 0 9:$ the highest point with an average elevation of only 45 feet Clarence Ous ley editor of the Galve- : ston Tribune described Galveston before the storm as "a city of splendid homes and broad clean streets a city of oleanders and roses and palms a city of the fmest churches school buildings and benevolent institutions in the South" But on Sunday Sept 9 Galveston was "a city of wrecked homes and streets choked with debris and six thousand corpses It was a city whose very cemeteries had been emptied of their dead as if 0 to receive new tenants" 7 0 The disaster gives birth to a popular 1 song: "Wasn't that a mighty day? Wasn't that a mighty day? When the sea wave hit the town" DISTRESSED DAMSELS IN ALIEN WORLDS Two damsels in distress are featured in the fiction of 1900 In L Frank Baum The e Wonder'' ) ful Wizard of Oz a farm girl named Dorothy falls asleep in Kansas and wakes up to encounter:: I a wicked witch a scarecrow a tin man a cowardly lion and a mysterious wizard In Theodore : Dreiser's grim Sister Carrie the heroine also leaves a rural life for an alien world Chicago at where she boards with her sister and brother-in-law before becoming a married man's mis- 110 tress Publisher Frank N Doubleday hastily withdraws the book after his wife says it is too sor- N ohlrills"Itas o lt did the small edition goes almost unnoticed and Dreiser suffers a nervous breakdown 2: m" Looking south on Main Street in Fort Worth 11 :f A FOLK HERO FOR THE NEW CENTURY Come all you rounders if you want to hear : I t the stoty of a brave engineer Caseylones was the rounder's name — - 44 on a six eight-wheeler boys he won his fame 1 4 At 3:52 am on April 30 at Vaughan Miss railroad engineer Jonathan Luther "Casey" Jones dies at the throttle of the Illinois Central's Cannon- 1 ball Limited when the six-coach express train slams into the back of a freight train stopped on the track Jones whose nickname came from his :o birthplace Cayce Ky was trying to make up lost time on his run from Memphis Tenn to Canton Miss His efforts to slow the express train to minimize the impact after yelling to his fireman to jump from the cab saves the lives of the passengers Casey Jones is killed by a wood splinter driven through his head and he joins the ranks of Amen-can folk heroes o o :4 4 AVILOG VG" ets out of committee t -Ta tress ruousner r-rank N uouoieoay nasuly wrmaraws me DOOK alter nis me says n is roo sor- - "'114-- - 3d lynchings in 1900 - did the small edition goes almost unnoticed and Dreiser suffers a nervous breakdown 2' : '4'': Roosevelt who led the l' - during the recent bury wins the only final-day event Span- "- I ' 4 I ' 1 A five American athletes complete their domi- i - Is friend Henry 4' a' ' I '04 11444 ' ':46::'' f ' ' nation of the second modern Olympic ly and carry a big stick ' " '0 ' a - - ' Games in Paris when JWB Tewks- ---444 a - 4 t ' " can League s formed aa 2 I 4 i 0 4 e' i I 1 11 44 - 7-"N k the 200-meter run 1 3ancroft Johnson its : ' ' Aug ire & gh the bid for recogni- 1 Au 3: The Firestone 4 ' - ' a is rejected by the 1 ' - '' -awe- - - Rubber Co is founded in Akron "-"-1 - tgue the American tt I 1 0 ' ' '"' '-- ' ' Firestone Samuel Firestone Ohio by entrepreneur Harvey 4 --: ' - - If — o- -d '' '': i 1' it 5 T: tionally known as the -4 1 Ii - 4 eves major-league sta- - -' i''' '''''' - invests 10 ‘---: $ 9 r N 32 000 to start the t new firm ' ) i '''4 f ' A aa - 44 - ' - Aug 23: Dr 7 ' '' i-0 1I '1- - a- Andrew S Hayter dies " a "4 S' - Booker T k ' A Washington a black educator i-41 III 31 - r r - i i 1 Ae 1 '' was first named j - ' - '''' li li - I who was born a slave founds f one of the town's f - - ' 1 -0 4'4 -- o' ' -' '' : 1111'''" I II' 1 ' 1 ( 1 : 4110r '- 'Nsa the National Negro Business --------- ! 1 - t iikiillid p--s I League in Boston rated Frontier Battalion ' - ' ' '''''"Q''' 42 r' - - i:lotfoi rl 4 f Oct 5: The National League ends its final ' ''' ' ' t 1 ii- ''''' ':":1724 is disbanded When - 1 ‘ baseball's l l Th "Ill l- 1 4 t I 11 S''' - season as aseas ony major league e ' ' 1- ' 4---- 1 I ted by Gov Richard ' :- s Brooklyn team earns the championship with fr ? 4 way - i I read: " each Officer 1-ii- I — a three-game margin over Pittsburgh Out- '''-' ' f'i'11'! la '4 ' ' ' !Ill 'itA 4 of a Peace Officer" But I C fielder Honus Wagner hits 381 to win his first 'I- I : -:t1i4K e4-:t :-::4471 Li : ing If seized on that phrase i ' I tin t - -- - - - - of eight batting titles at ' --- i the letter of the law 4 1 " t4 a - Nov 6: Republican William McKinley ' ( ' ' ' 1 ''') again defeats William Jennings Bryan a Looking south on Main Street in Fort Worth 14: - $140"7 Nebraskan on the Democratic and Populist 4 ' ' a 1t tickets to win a second term as ores- i dent Elected as vice president is the t -' - c--1 fl i c -- ' ' s t ' - i Republican governor of New York N : r::: 4 I ar Theodore Roosevelt A FOLK HERO FOR THE NEW CENTURY kr 1 : ' 1 i ' ei ' S 4 1 i -4 e? '' ' - 4 Nov 3-10: The newly formed Auto- Come all you rounders if you want to hear 0 :t e: r l!! : ir O il a a mobile Club of America sponsors the the stoty of a brave engineer 1 alt yr -: '''-) CY G? ) i iti °' ' ' s f''' a nation's first auto show in New York's Caseylones was the rounder's name - - 44 ytT- 7 If 4- - s' it Madison Square Garden with 31 On a six eight-wheeler boys he won his fame 1 t ei ' ii ) i 7 - t to t exhibitors about 10000 people ' 4 I 1 r- 0 r 4 come to take a look at what some At 3:52 am on April 30 at Vaughan Miss rail- :4 4 ' " i''' 4k 41 4- a 4 Vaughan 4 e" A"--4 In 1900 motorized transport is still dies at the throttle of the Illinois Central's Cannon- dub the "Horseless Horseshow" road engineer Jonathan Luther "Casey" Jones t $44- 1 1 ‘ i '4 4 k p :"' Alr-v tirlrq ''4" ( t a 4 e 1 A ' ' in its infancy there are still about 18 ball Limited when the six-coach express train -- f ' '- 0 "'""c ( f --- ' - '''' slams into the back of a freight train stopped on : - ' -4' - million horses and mules providing ‘ !I " -0' - r L i --r" it ' -i t 4 transportation and power and about the track Jones whose nickname came from his :4 -mionfirott I i jr 10 million bicycles At the turn of the birthplace Cayce Ky was trying to make up lost $1 century there are only about 8000 time on his run from Memphis Tenn to Canton ci 4 December: A famous studio portrait of the members of the Hole in the automobiles sputtering around the Miss His efforts to slow the express train to mini- '4 Wall Gang depicting Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and three other country and only about 4000 are mize the impact after yelling to his fireman to jump : members of the gang is shot in the Fort Worth studio of A Schwartz About produced in 1900 In New York the from the cab saves the lives of the passengers A '' 4 the same time a new girl comes to work at Fannie Porter's place a bor- so-called devil wagons have to stay Casey Jones is killed by a wood splinter driven IL dello and gambling hall about where the Fort Worth Convention Center is out of Central Park carry a gong and through his head and he joins the ranks of Amen-today Shortly thereafter Etta Place becomes the paramour of Harry Long- go no faster than 9 mph can folk heroes 11 o bauoh better known as the Sundance Kid ri11 471 - Le ' ttr (1 DOES THE CENTURY 1 IN 1900 OR 1901? Then as now th debate about when i end and the new on tury obviously ende year 100 newspape So the 19th century 1900 rather than ID( century began yest sions on that head" of the New York Tri had to date anything queer sensation in v felt that something pened to the calenc was the milestone seemed to agree so ebration for a whole ) Jan 1: The Uni century with a ser faction Wall Stree "prosperity panic" Woodward declari of the world" In Washington shake Wil --- '- Apri '' t- IL X:: 4- S'''''''' AS I Tc White Rosenberg Library Galveston ! iv el McKin- A scene of general devastation after the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 which left at least 6000 people dead in from lam Jen--- ok ' e 0 the 1'When 94 mme the the sea wave hit the town ident 896 II M a a small : 0 amid the k nd of fl n a time before weather satellites and Coast On Saturday Sept 8 the hurricane the highest point with an average eleva- p nia 50000 24-hour weather news few people on strikes the city with unprecedented fury tion of only 45 feet th annual Galveston Island during the first week The storm kills at least 6000 people and Clarence Ousley editor of the Goble- DS Every I of September are aware of impending perhaps as many as 8000 it totally sub- ston Tribune described Galveston before :! ammed It calamity: a tropical storm that was born merges the low-lying island and levels the storm as "a city of splendid homes oi 0 ootball 4000 miles away in the Atlantic Ocean most of its structures -0 p and broad clean streets a city of olean- i p ties But west of the Cape Verde Islands around The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 was ders and roses and palms a city of the Ian 49 Aug 27 the worst natural disaster in American fmest churches school buildings and 4 'cloned in Gaining size and strength the storm's history It was a far greater disaster in benevolent institutions in the South" : It Footbali center passes just south of Puerto Rico on terms of lives lost than the Chicago fire But on Sunday Sept 9 Galveston was Aug 31 and on Sept 2 crosses the island of 1871 which killed 250 people the "a city of wrecked homes and streets of Hispanola Still growing the storm 1906 San Francisco earthquake which choked with debris and six thousand : ER crosses Cuba on Sept 3-4 rakes the killed about 500 or the Johnstown Flood corpses It was a city whose very ceme- Florida Keys on Sept 5 and veers north- of 1889 which claimed about 2200 lives teries had been emptied of their dead as if t astman figures west into the Gulf of Mexico as a full- The 1900 census put Galveston's pop- to receive new tenants" 0 blown hurricane Packing winds later ulation at 37789 The city occupied the The disaster gives birth to a popular )w hobby Iv - ufacture its estimated at more than 120 mph the eastern end of the island and was literally song: "Wasn't that a mighty day? Wasn't storm bears down on Galveston a flour- built on sand In September 1900 the that a mighty day? When the sea wave hi ll it f t II costs 15 ''' is or ishing cotton port on the Texas Gulf sand was only 87 feet above sea level at the town" - ands of photogra- friends J ti 10 - p DISTRESSED DAMSELS IN ALIEN WORLDS It 4 - "tt17:111 Two damsels in distress are featured in the fiction of 1900 In L Frank Baum's The Wonder of North ful Wizard of Oz a farm girl named Dorothy falls asleep in Kansas and wakes up to encounter I ri elected a wicked witch a scarecrow a tin man a cowardly lion and a mysterious wizard In Theodore : oduces in -1 ' Dreiser's grim Sister Carrie the heroine also leaves a rural life for an alien world Chicago : it federal :Ndl Theodore t where she boards with her sister and brother-in-law before becoming a married man's mis- i ''' 'a or - ' Sunday February 1 1998 Star-Telegram Section D Page 3 r 0 n-t t il 1 ii a weekly countdown to the third nittlennturn 1 BEGIN - 1 '' IS e 1 t t 1 't ere was considerable ' 4 4' ''''-' r- A the old century should A t I - ! tlt) e begin The first cen- ' z -- : ' - A d with the end of the - - 4 II - r 1 qs patiently explained : ' - - Af 5 tc must end on Dec 31 - ' - ' ' ' i ' t 1 ' Itt 1 - -' ' - ') '1i ) - '' N ' L ' AA t ''''4 1 I it c 31 1899 "No new : t t- o 1 ' ' : A 4 ho 1 ' -2 - - ''' '1 '''' t ''' -'" - - ''' ' ' - 1 -i ' ' -4 ' erday Avoid all delu- '" t-A - :4-7 ''' ' - wf' - --- a ' - - - t' l' - - i pontificated the editor tune but those who t ' '' 77-- 0 t t ' '- 11111 I - -''''-' ''''I 1 I 1 'JIM -''' ' '- 't - I ' '- t " - 0 ill It ! 11 I v t 4' ' J1-:—‘3 I ' ' - 4 found ' 4 I it that there was a I o - : ot- t i I - v P6 sees' 4 - v t 4'4 ::: toret rf ) : ar k - ' writing '1900' and they - 1 c No S t t 1 "" I i pal I 4 ( Al momentous had hap- r J1 :4 i ft:ø ' ' 4' far" New Year's 1900 1601 ' 's III 1 1- 0 : -- it t -c 1'-0 - 4 ) if 0- 4 to observe everyone ' -1 L gir i ' ' 1 T' " 7011k '' : ' : i Ne : ---f h: - 1 c -" :: a -14'0---- r Aale it 1 fP ''''' -IA 4 07' 4777:'L 4 4 Y :0424 1 t ' 4 '1 '-'w y44"4'w'' iv why put off the big cel- - 4'1t i' ! 4 0-4b- - N ) " :A' t L 0 t'' ''----' :41 464 ' 14Mr 4:A 44"'"" ear? ' 14 ' 4':11 ---0' h'-'' '" l 4' w4 o -' t- ! '" - - i 1 " ' '''' ''' 4 - rA:1 42 N---r-- 0"' I i ' 0 1 4 - ' 21' k s' 'tt' ' 911 4 ''''''42fro :4i $ 1"" e4 7414 I y belgo Atvto ' 1 fts'6 04" ' Not 41" ' : I e r0 A 4 ited States enters the 20th - - - 't t $ 1i1144 ooe- A Jr A'' io foi " t:1 ti ' "' 4 - 4 04 Ise of euphoria and satis- ' -- - -"---70-"-41 1- -41A' 4 ''' ' A ' f' l' 4::--: 41 ''- 1 ''il l'' I I A di t ' - Jj ot- f e A is said to be undergoing a '- ) ' ---00 ' 1 '-:---- irirL 1-' ' (e ' r - - --- i fsr7-yrete 41'L t - : 4 'A - i ' ) ' and banker James T 41': - - ---' N l' 4 '--t 0 14 es that America is "the envy - -0 -' - '4 It - i ' e '''' t4r7: I i 5''' l ' 4 fl- I' 4 'i :?re1' 41t' 'N'''':'? 'e ' ' 11 ' I' Ot et 2000 stand in line to - : - ''' i 1 4 N ''' '''t 1 1 444 ' i '6 t " 1 4' 4 - 4 i toZ 1 ' 4 si ! - e -t- - -804 - 1 Vp o - ' ----- 04 1 hands with President I( ' - ' ' ' 40° 1 ?' 4 ' i ' '' - g ' 4 -"-- - --- IHam McKinley and first lady z - 1:4 4' - 1t -- 0- --- $ da McKinley at a White Rosenberg Library Galveston o iv' es House reception McKin- A scene of general devastation after the Galveston Hurricane of 1900 which left at least 6000 people dead it 1 Thee Roo IP I 1444 4

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